DNC’S Rush Limbaugh Billboard to Debut in West Palm Beach

Democrats, Mayor To Tell Limbaugh: “Americans Didn’t Vote for a Rush to Failure”


Tomorrow, March 31 from 11 to 11:30 a.m. the DNC’s new Rush Limbaugh traveling billboard will be making its first appearance in West Palm Beach, Florida, Rush Limbaugh’s hometown. The billboard, which says “Americans Didn’t Vote for a Rush to Failure,” was the winner of the DNC’s contest last month that called on folks from around the country to submit a slogan that would call out Rush Limbaugh for saying he wants the President to fail. The billboard sends the message to Rush and the Republicans, who have followed in Limbaugh’s footsteps and are nothing more than the Party of No in Washington, that Americans aren’t hoping for failure and understand that if the President fails, America fails. Lois Frankel, Mayor of West Palm Beach, will be accompanying the billboard at its kickoff.


The billboard will be available for photographs and B roll tomorrow from 11 to 11:30 am.

Photos of the billboard can be found at:




WHAT: DNC’s Rush Limbaugh Traveling Billboard

Mayor Lois Frankel of West Palm Beach

WHERE: 200 Block of Clematis Street (on the south side of the street)

West Palm Beach, Florida

WHEN: TOMORROW, Tuesday, March 31 from 11 –11: 30 am